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Please join the Diverse staff today in wishing Marketing Manager Sydnée Vann a joyous day as she celebrates the seventh anniversary of joining the team.

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Please join the Diverse staff in congratulating Senior Web Consultant Raymond Borhan as Friday marks the ninth anniversary of his agreeing to pitch in to keep this production rolling along.

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President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday called for more academic freedom in Iran’s universities, saying restrictions stifle innovation and breed sycophancy.

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A new study—titled “The Relationship Between Skin Tone and School Suspension for African Americans”—found that darker-skinned African-American students were more likely to be suspended than those with lighter skin tones.

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New president of Queens College of The City University of New York hasn’t forgotten his roots and remains committed to being an agent of change.

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In spite of controversy, community colleges and businesses at a conference in New York say the answer is yes.

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One of the biggest challenges for freshman is avoiding gaining weight.

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Lane College Plans Layoffs

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JACKSON, Tenn. ― Lane College President Logan Hampton says he must cut staff to align expenses with current revenues.

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Special Focus: Hispanic Heritage Month

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This issue contains a special focus on Hispanics in higher education in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. We highlight the top universities for graduating Hispanic students in bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees.

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The rate at which students default on federal student loans after three years dropped to 13.7 percent for students who began repaying their loans in fiscal 2011 — a full percentage point lower than the previous year’s cohort.

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